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PDF files of ORAL and POSTER presentations during conference (sequential)

Explanation about abstract ID numbers:

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character 'm' right after the abstract ID number, e.g. in '#006m_', indicates that the PDF file was created by the author;
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character 'u' right after the abstract ID number, e.g. in '#067u_', indicates that the PDF file was created by the organisers, using a PowerPoint file obtained from the author after the conference;
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if neither character 'm' nor character 'u' appears right after the abstract ID number, then the PDF file was created by the organisers, using the PowerPoint file as it was used for the presentation at the conference.

Abstract number–000 Agriculture and water quality, developments and challenges in science, management and policy in 2013-2017: Examples from a few countries
#000u_Fraters_etal_Developments-and-challenges-in-science-management-and-policy.pdf

Abstract number–6 Nitrogen pollution of groundwater and surface waters in Thuringia, Germany: Status quo and management options
#006m_Wendland_etal_Nitrogen pollution of groundwater and surface waters in Thuringia.pdf

Abstract number–7 Evaluation of the Water Framework Directive in the Netherlands
#007_Tiktak_vanGaalen_Water Quality Now and in the Future.pdf

Abstract number–9 Nutrient losses and reductions: A comparison of physiographical regions and conservation practice in North Carolina
#009m_Osmond_etal_Nutrient Losses and Reductions.pdf

Abstract number–10 The limits of science discovery in policy: A case study from North Carolina and Colorado
#010m_Osmond_Hoag_Limits of Science NC and CO.pdf

Abstract number–17 Land use impact archives in soil profiles
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–20 Suction cup samplers for estimating nitrate-nitrogen in soil water in irrigated sugarbeet production
#020m_Jabro_etal_Suction cup samplers for estimating nitrate-nitrogen in soil.pdf

Abstract number–21 Using flow regimes to determine how well catchments buffer water quality
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–22 Nutrient export from Canadian prairie watersheds in relation to land use and a changing climate
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–24 What surface water tells about land use effects on groundwater quality – and what it does not
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–25 A 21-year record of changing agricultural land management and water quality in the Midwestern USA
#025m_Renwick_etal_A 21 year water quality record.pdf

Abstract number–26 Estimating nitrate and pesticide transfer mode within the unsaturated zone of a fluvioglacial aquifer and its implication on spatial and temporal concentration variability
#026_Gourcy_etal_Nitrate and pesticide transfer unsaturated zone.pdf

Abstract number–27 The influence of the river water quality on irrigated crops: Case of the Berdawni River, Beqaa, Lebanon
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–28 P in groundwater and groundwater dependent ecosystems
#028m_Thorling_etal_P in groundwater.pdf

Abstract number–29 Relationships between soil test P and drain water P leaching: An initiative combining science and farmer knowledge
#029m_Stutter etal_soil test P and drain water P leaching.pdf

Abstract number–30 Effects of buffer strips and grazing management on soil loss from pastures
#030_Moore_etal_Effects of Buffer Strips and Grazing Management.pdf

Abstract number–31 Stakeholder processes used to develop a Regional Land & Water Strategy, and a Catchment Plan for Tukituki River, by Hawke’s Bay Regional Council, New Zealand
#031_Maxwell_Newman_Bottom up and top down - New Zealand Stakeholder processes.pdf

Abstract number–32 Board of Inquiry – a quasi-judicial adversarial process with extensive stakeholder input: Legal decision-making on a Catchment Plan for Tukituki River and the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme, New Zealand
#032m_Maxwell_The Tukituki Catchment Proposal.pdf

Abstract number–34 Improving models for describing phosphorus cycling in agricultural soils
#034_Bolster_Blomback_Improving P cycling models.pdf

Abstract number–35 Estimating pressure and impact of nitrates on groundwater at national level: New methodological developments
#035_Surdyk_Estimating pressure and impact of nitrates on groundwater.pdf

Abstract number–36 Transforming the stream banks of Taranaki
#036_Chamberlain_Bedford_Transforming the stream banks of Taranaki.pdf

Abstract number–37 Paddock to Reef program: Monitoring runoff and water quality from improved agricultural land management practices in catchments draining to the Great Barrier Reef, north-eastern Australia
#037m_Rohde_etal_ Paddock to Reef program.pdf

Abstract number–39 Understanding hydrogeology to guide optimal location of nitrogen mitigation measures in the landscape
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–40 Increased nutrient recycling in agriculture around the Baltic Sea: Implications for eutrophication
#040m_Svanback_etal_Increased nutrient recycling in agriculture.pdf

Abstract number–41 Eutrophication: Where do we stand with economics?
#041m_Lescot_Terreaux_Eutrophication Where do we stand with economics.pdf

Abstract number–42 Smartphone based water quality monitoring: Enhancing nutrient loss reduction practices via instantaneous on-farm nitrate data
#042m_Rozemeijer_etal_Smartphone based water quality monitoring Enhancing nutrient loss reduction practices.pdf

Abstract number–43 Multivariate analysis to assess the impact of irrigation on groundwater quality
#043m_Merz_Lischeid_Multivariate analysis to assess the impact of irrigation.pdf

Abstract number–46 Catch crops: Current results and future perspectives on environmental potential and cost-effectiveness
#046m_Valkama_etal_Catch crops_Current results and future perspectives.pdf

Abstract number–47 From annual nutrient cycling assessment to water management assessment in dairy farming
#047m_Noij_etal_From annual nutrient cycling assessment to water management_v2.pdf

Abstract number–48 Assessing nitrogen surplus for individual farms based on comparable farms: A genetic algorithms approach
#048m_Hennen_VanLeeuwen_Assessing nitrogen surplus for individual farms_POSTER.pdf

Abstract number–49 The Brigalow Catchment Study: The impacts of developing Acacia harpophylla woodland for cropping or grazing on hydrology, soil fertility and water quality in the Brigalow Belt bioregion of Australia
#049_Thornton_etal_Brigalow Catchment Study.pdf

Abstract number–51 Evaluating the Dutch fertilizer and manure policies: How successful were they in reaching the targets of the Nitrate Directive and Water Framework Directive?
#051m_Bleeker_vanGrinsven_Evaluating the Dutch fertilizer and manure policies.pdf

Abstract number–52 Groundwater protection – a story of success from northern Denmark
#052m_Groenvald_Jakobsen_Groundwater protection - a story of success.pdf

Abstract number–54 Coupled C/N/P stoichiometric shifts as influenced by land-use and hydrological pathway
#054m_Smith_Jarvie_Stoichiometry and Land Use.pdf

Abstract number–55 A concerted action within the flanking policy supports Flemish farmers in sustainable fertilizer use and helps to improve water quality
#055_DeNies_etal_A concerted action within the flanking policy.pdf

Abstract number–57 Bridging the gap between farms and catchments: Combined nutrient data analysis for 450 farms and 200 agriculture specific headwaters in the Netherlands
#057m_Klein_etal_Bridging the gap between farms and catchments Combined nutrient data analysis for.pdf

Abstract number–59 Groundwater vulnerability maps for pesticides for Flanders
#059_Dams_etal_Groundwater vulnerability maps for pesticides for Flanders.pdf

Abstract number–60 Groundwater nitrate response to sustainable nitrogen management
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–61 Evaluating scenarios of land management practices using a nitrogen landscape model: Comparing the effectiveness on mitigation nitrogen fluxes of optimizing agricultural practices versus landscaping
#061m_Casal_etal_Evaluating scenario of land management pratices.pdf

Abstract number–62 Protecting the groundwater resources in the Netherlands: Strategies and challenges
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–63 Duration controlled grazing to reduce nitrate leaching from grazed dairy pastures in New Zealand – An eight-year field study
#063_Howes_etal_Duration controlled grazing to reduce nitrate leaching from pastures.pdf

Abstract number–67 30 years of monitoring and modelling to support the collaborative management of a coastal lagoon protected area: Are we preventing eutrophication?
#067u_Rodriguez-Gallego_etal_Monitoring and modeling Laguna de Rocha.pdf

Abstract number–69 Legacy phosphorus in the Baltic Sea catchment and implications for managing eutrophication
#069m_McCrackin_etal_Legacy P Baltic Sea.pdf

Abstract number–71 The environmental fate of micro-pollutants from greywater irrigation
#071m_Turner_etal_The enviromental fate of micropollutants.pdf

Abstract number–72 Standardization of complexity: The challenge of transferring conditions given in individually issued environmental permits to general rules, while securing the level of environmental protection
#072m_Christel_Olsen_Standardization of complexity-The challenge of transfering individual permits to general rules etc_201706.pdf

Abstract number–73 Modern transformation of crop rotation in Ukraine as a factor of soil erosion resistance and quality safety of surface waters
#073m_Panasenko_Transformation of crop rotation in Ukraine.pdf

Abstract number–74 Effect of grass buffer strips on nitrate export from a drained lowland field site
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–76 Storage and fluxes of phosphorus in soils, riparian wetlands and surface water: The case of Brittany, a hotspot of P input due to intensive animal breeding
#076_Gascuel-Odoux_etal_Storage and fluxes of phosphorus.pdf

Abstract number–77 A framework and a set of tools called Nutting models to estimate retention capacities, loads of nitrogen and phosphorus, and their uncertainties in rivers at catchment and national level (France)
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–78 Trialling stream rehabilitation tools to attenuate nitrate export and improve stream health in agricultural waterways
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–79 Testing and developing tools for weed macrophyte control in Canterbury agricultural waterways
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–80 OVERSEER® Nutrient Budgets – New Zealand's leading nutrient management tool
#080m_Bartlett_etal_Overseer Nutrient Budgets - New Zealand's leading nutrient management tool.pdf

Abstract number–81 Optimising both scale and objectives of agricultural stream restoration activities to increase likelihood of success
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–82 Implementation of Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme (RWSS) to achieve combined environmental, economic and social objectives – Carrots and Sticks!
#082_Pearce_Newman_Implementation of Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme (RWSS) - Carrots and Sticks.pdf

Abstract number–83 Pollution In Paradise – New Zealand's challenge to handle non-point and diffuse source pollution
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–84 Buffers for biodiversity: Trade-offs and interactions
#084m_Stockan_etal_Buffers for biodiversity - trade-offs and interactions.pdf

Abstract number–85 Nutrient retention in a subsurface flow constructed wetland with a matrix of woodchips combined with a pond for peak flow reduction
#085_Hoffmann_Kjaergaard_Nutrient Retention in a Subsurface Flow Constructed wetland

Abstract number–86 The role of mobilisation and delivery processes on contrasting nitrogen and phosphorus exports in groundwater fed catchments
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–87 Phosphorous composition and mobility in retention ponds
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–88 A long-term field experiment: Effect of buffer strips on erosion and nutrient losses in boreal conditions
#088_Uusi-Kämppä_ A long-term field experiment - Effect of buffer strips.pdf

Abstract number–89 Increased P retention but decreased N retention in filterbed soil amended with ferric oxyhydroxide: An experimental study
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–90 Delineating critical source areas of diffuse pollution at the sub-field scale using LiDAR DEMs
#090_Thomas_etal_Delineating critical source areas using LiDAR DEMs.pdf

Abstract number–91 Public preferences for buffer strips in Denmark: An economic valuation study Spain
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–92 Spatio-temporal variability of antibiotic pollution and multi-resistant bacteria in an agricultural area: The Baix Fluvia alluvial aquifer, northeastern Spain
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–93 Effectiveness of buffer strips for reducing pesticides and nitrogen transfers to water streams
#093_Leccia-Phelpin_Effectiveness of VFS for reducing pesticide and nitrogen transfers to surface streams.pdf

Abstract number–94 Pressure in a world heritage area: Water quality in the Great Barrier Reef catchments
#094m_Turner_etal_Pressure in a world heritage area.pdf

Abstract number–95 Impact of agricultural measures on stream water quality in lower mountain region in eastern Germany
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–98 A newly developed grid-based water quality model: Nitrate leaching and transport analysis at catchment scale
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–99 Veterinary antibiotics in young Dutch groundwater under intensive livestock farming
#099_Kivits_etal_Antibiotics in Dutch groundwater under intensive livestock farming.pdf

Abstract number–100 Issues in extrapolating successful measures at farm scale to regional scale
#100m_VandenBrink_etal_Issues in extrapolating successful measures at farm scale to regional scale.pdf

Abstract number–101 Measuring and reporting on the Great Barrier Reef, through the Paddock to Reef Integrated Monitoring, Modelling and Reporting Program
#101m_Henry_etal_Measuring and reporting on the Great Barrier Reef.pdf

Abstract number–102 Is 50 mg nitrate per litre a realistic limit value in all surface waters? A case study in Limburg (Belgium)
#102_Tits_etal_Case  study in Flanders 50mg nitrate a realistic limit value.pdf

Abstract number–103 Potential benefits of a spatially targeted regulation based on detailed N-reduction maps to reduce N-load from agriculture in groundwater dominated catchments
#103m_HansenAL_etal_Potential_benefits_of_a_spatially_targeted_management.pdf

Abstract number–104 Monitoring of Flemish farms benefiting from derogation: Design and organisation of a well-balanced and simplified monitoring network
#104m_Odeurs_etal_Monitoring of Flemish farms benefitting from derogation.pdf

Abstract number–105 Runoff from catchments with varying land-use has different impact on stream quality: A GIS-study
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–106 C, N, P export regimes in rivers from headwater to downstream catchments
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–107 Persistence and fate of veterinary antibiotics and pharmaceuticals in agricultural soils following manure amendment and evaluation of their potential to migrate to groundwater bodies
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–108 A weight-of-evidence method for catchment management
#108m_Akoumianaki_etal_ A weight-of-evidence method for catchment management.pdf

Abstract number–110 Scenario results from an integrated impact assessment of climate change, land use, and adaptation policies on water resources in Austria
#110m_Schönhart_etal_Scenario results from an integrated impact assessment of climate change.pdf

Abstract number–111 A method for targeting payments for agri-environment options to deliver maximum benefit for water quality
#111m_Akoumianaki_etal_ A method for targeting payments for agri-environment options to deliver maximum benefit for water qua.pdf

Abstract number–112 Nitrogen and phosphorus in shallow groundwater and major rivers in Poland
#112m_Jadczyszyn_etal_Nitrogen and phosphorus in waters in Poland.pdf

Abstract number–114 Spatial patterns and trend analyses on pan-European scale: Modelling of riverine nutrient concentrations
#114_Bartosova_etal_Spatial patterns and trends of nutrients in Europe.pdf

Abstract number–116 A statewide best management practices training program that promotes urban environmental stewardship in Florida
#116m_Momol_etal_A Statewide Best Management Practices Training Program6.pdf

Abstract number–118 Effects of DMP based nitrification inhibitors on water quality by reduced nutrient leaching and increased nutrient efficiency
#118m_Pacholski_etal_Effects of DMP based nitrificaion inhibitors.pdf

Abstract number–119 Nitrogen removal in intelligent buffer zones: A first evaluation of novel constructed wetlands
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–120 Trends in nutrients pressures and emissions to water in Ireland: Are mitigation measures having an impact?
#120m_Mockler_etal_Trends in nutrients in Ireland.pdf

Abstract number–121 Identification of surface waters in Lower Saxony polluted by human pharmaceuticals
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–122 Distributed modelling of phosphorus inputs from diffuse and point sources for the state of Schleswig-Holstein (Germany) to support river basin management according to EU-WFD
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–123 Reactive transport modelling of nutrient fate during managed aquifer recharge of agricultural drain water
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–124 The potential contribution of streambanks to phosphorus-driven eutrophication in a mixed land-use basin, Lake Champlain (Vermont, USA)
#124m_Ross_etal_Potential contribution of streambanks to phosphorus.pdf

Abstract number–125 ‘The right measure in the right place’ – Targeting measures to implement the WFD in Ireland
#125m_Deakin_etal_The right measure in the right place - targeting WFD measures in Ireland.pdf

Abstract number–127 Significant differences in nitrogen emission from three Danish agricultural catchments – how can emissions be most cost-effectively documented Spain
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–128 Isotopic signatures of precipitation and surface water-groundwater interaction in Salaca River basin (Latvia)
#128_Retike_etal_Isotopic signatures of precipitation and surface water- groundwater_1-MON_1030_A1-3.pdf

Abstract number–130 Accounting for natural reduction of nitrogen
#130m_Højberg_etal_Accounting for natural reduction.pdf

Abstract number–131 Land use and landscape management practices for reduced nitrogen pollution
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–132 Moisture control in steppe soil under conditions of climate change and desertification
#132m_Grekov_Moisture control in steppe soil under conditions of climate change.pdf

Abstract number–134 Assessment of diffuse phosphorus mitigation measures in two contrasting arable catchments over a four year period across the nutrient cascade
#134_McDonald_etal_Assessment of Diffuse P mitigation measures two Arable Cathchments.pdf

Abstract number–135 A planning tool for multifunctional buffer strips – examples and scenario studies from Danish landscapes
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–136 Phosphorus export from artificially drained fields across the Eastern Corn Belt, USA
#136_Pease_etal_P export from artificially drained fields across the eastern corn belt.pdf

Abstract number–137 The agricultural share of eutrophication: Calculations of leaching loads of nitrogen and phosphorus from Swedish arable soils
#137m_Blombäck_etal_The agricultural share of eutrophication.pdf

Abstract number–138 Agricultural impact on groundwater quality – Long-term monitoring at field and catchment scale
#138m_Kyllmar_etal_Agricultural impact on groundwater - Long-term monitoring.pdf

Abstract number–139 Soil test phosphorus: A proxy for P risk in tile drained landscapes
#139_Duncan_Phosphorus loss at the edge of field.pdf

Abstract number–141 Policy processes behind the implementation of nitrogen mitigation measures in EU – with examples from Denmark and Netherlands
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–142 Public perceptions of agriculture, buffer strips and water planning in Denmark  
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–143 Impact of nitrogen fertilization on raw water quality across the Netherlands: Signatures, patterns and trends (2000-2015) 
#143_VanLoon_etal_Impacts of nitrogen fertilisation on raw water quality in the Netherlands.pdf

Abstract number–145 Modelling the hydrological and water quality impacts of plausible land use change scenarios in a lowland catchment
#145m_Molina-Navarro_etal_Modelling impacts of LUC scenarios in a lowland catchment.pdf

Abstract number–146 Probabilistic groundwater travel time modelling as a risk-management approach for protection of drinking water production sites in a changing and uncertain world
#146m_Loon_etal_RiskEvaluationThrougthProbalisticGroundwaterTravelTimeModelling.pdf

Abstract number–148 A pesticide screening tool to set monitoring priorities and guide management measures
#148m_Farlin_etal_A pesticide screening tool.pdf

Abstract number–149 Mineral management, economic performance and water quality: A comparison of two groups of dairy farms
#149_Hoogeveen_etal_Nutrient management economic performance and water quality_2-THU_1045_RB-1.pdf

Abstract number–150 Groundwater protection in Denmark – from a practical view
#150_Thirup_Groundwater Protection in Denmark.pdf

Abstract number–151 Harvesting effects on buffer strip plant communities depend on vegetation type
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–152 Aquatic ecosystems under agricultural nitrogen pressures in Portugal and Denmark
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–153 Contrasting outcomes of statistical methods to assess if animal manure and mineral fertilizer have different effects on nitrate leaching
#153u_Prins_etal_Effect_of_manure_and_chemical_fertilizer_on_nitrate_leaching [Read-Only].pdf

Abstract number–154 Water quality of springs in southern Limburg, the Netherlands: Does sampling period matter?
#154_Hoogsteen_etal_Water quality of springs in Southern Limburg.pdf

Abstract number–155 “Clean water approach”: 75% reduction of pesticide pollution in groundwater
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–156 Our Land and Water National Science Challenge: Science to transform our agricultural landscapes
#156_Taylor_Our Land and Water National Science Challenge.pdf

Abstract number–161 Monitoring salinity in surface water systems by voluntary participants
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–162 Spatial prediction of nitrate concentrations in groundwater using a machine learning approach
Presentation not available yet.

Abstract number–163 Buffer zones along Norwegian agricultural streams: From phosphorus traps to multifunctional mitigation measures
#163m_Krzeminska_etal_Buffer zones along Norwegian agricultural streams.pdf

Abstract number–164 A preliminary assessment of the performance of the PLUS+ (Phosphorus Land Use and Slope) model to evaluate WFD compliance in Scottish standing waters
#164_Helliwell_etal_Preliminary assessment of performance of PLUS+ model.pdf

Abstract number–166 Soil phosphorus storage in riparian landscapes depends on local landform
#166m_Zak_etal_Soil phosphorus storage in riparian landscapes.pdf

Abstract number–167 Projected impacts of a bottom-up approach to mitigating diffuse pollution from agriculture: Experience from Demonstration Test Catchments, UK
#167_Collins_etal_Projected impacts of a bottom up approach to mitigating diffuse pollution.pdf

Abstract number–169 Diffuse nutrient loads – perspectives to improve water quality in peatland polders with intensive livestock
#169m_Schipper_Water Quality and Nutrient loads in peatland polders with intensive livestock.pdf

Abstract number–171 Three years monitoring of nitrate and pesticides mitigation with an artificial wetland receiving agricultural drained flow at catchment scale
#171_Tournebize_etal_Three years monitoring of nitrate and pesticides mitigation.pdf

Abstract number–172 A risk matrix for informing the mitigation of agricultural diffuse water pollution across England and Wales
#172_Zhang_etal_A risk matrix for informing the mitigation of agricultural diffuse water pollution.pdf

Abstract number–173 Removing a wetland migration barrier while increasing nutrient retention and biodiversity – a case study from LIFE-GOODSTREAM
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–174 Towards a consistent and high resolution regional nitrogen balance for municipalities in Germany
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–176 Field scale modelling of agricultural nitrate losses to groundwater using the Nitrate Leaching Tool
#176_Phillips_Bryan_Field scale modelling of agricultural N losses using the Nitrate leaching Tool.pdf

Abstract number–177 Mapping nitrate concentrations in water leaching from the root zone for agricultural areas in the Netherlands (2007-2010)
#177u_Vrijhoef-Spijker_Mapping nitrate concentrations.pdf

Abstract number–178 Ten years of derogation in the Netherlands (2007-2016)
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–179 Focus on nutrients, a voluntary initiative for environment and economy
#179u_Olofsson_Focus on Nutrients, a voluntary initiative.pdf

Abstract number–180 Reduction goals for the nitrogen and phosphorous load on regional surface waters from agricultural land in the Netherlands
#180_Groenendijk_etal_Reduction goals for the nitrogen and phosphorus load.pdf

Abstract number–183 Use of sensor data to assess the uncertainty of different water sampling methods in an agricultural stream
#183_Skarbovik_etal_Use of sensor data to assess uncertainty water monitoring.pdf

Abstract number–185 Integrated catchment modelling to quantify and manage nutrient loads from agricultural catchments in New Zealand
#185m_Burger_etal_Intergrated catchment modelling to quantify nutrient loads from agricultural catchments in New Zealand.pdf

Abstract number–186 Nitrate assimilation capacity of shallow groundwater underlying dairy farms in the Reporoa Basin, New Zealand
#186m_Stenger_etal_Nitrate assimilation capacity of shallow groundwater.pdf

Abstract number–187 Nitrogen and phosphorus exports from artificially drained dairy pastures in the Hauraki Plains, New Zealand
#187m_Stenger_etal_Nitrogen and phosphorus exports from artificially drained dairy pastures.pdf

Abstract number–188 Spatial and time variations in agricultural loss of nitrogen to 44 small Danish streams (1990-2015)
#188m_Windolf_etal_Spatial and time variations in agricultural loss of nitrogen.pdf

Abstract number–189 The plan for a new targeted regulation of agriculture in Denmark
#189_Blicher-Mathiesen_etal_The plan for a new targeted regulation of agriculture in Denmark.pdf

Abstract number–190 How to evaluate your monitoring programmes: Examples of do's and don’ts from Denmark and the Netherlands
#190m_Wattel_Blicher_How to evaluate your monitoring programs.pdf

Abstract number–192 Impact of soil conservation tillage systems on quantity and quality of run-off
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–193 Successful reduction of diffuse nitrogen emissions at catchment scale: Example from pilot River Odense, Denmark
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–195 Adaptation by farmers to mandatory reduction of fertilizer application rates to crops in Denmark
#195_Rasmussen_etal_Adaption to mandatory N quota.pdf

Abstract number–197 Does crop rotation with legumes provide an efficient means to reduce nutrient loads and GHG emissions?
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–198 Addressing water resources protection and agriculture development in a transboundary river basin: The nitrogen factor in Tagus River (Portugal/Spain) Denmark
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–199 Effects of delayed plowing forages within potato rotation on nitrate loadings to receiving estuary
#199_Jiang_Modeling land-based nitrate loads to receiving estuaries effects of spring plowing_3-WED_1330_A1-1.pdf

Abstract number–201 SWAT modelling approach to irrigated land management for mitigation of nitrogen loss
#201m_Ibrikci_etal_SWAT Modelling Approach to Irrigated Land Management for Mitigation of Nitrogen Loss.pdf

Abstract number–202 Where does the water go? And the nutrients – and soil particles
Presentation not available yet.

Abstract number–203 Manipulation of digital elevation data to model human altered surfaces and hydrological uncertainties
#203_Sisak_Manipulation of digital data to model hydrologic uncertainties.pdf

Abstract number–208 Biogeochemical and hydrological controls on phosphorus transport in lowland catchments
#208_VanderGrift_etal_Biogeochemical and hydrological controls on phosphorus transport.pdf

Abstract number–209 Organic substrate dosing strategies to nitrate removing bioreactors
#209m_Jansen_etal_Organic substrate dosing strategies to nitrate removing bioreactors.pdf

Abstract number–210 Planning and policy for water quality:Where do we start, what do we aim for, and how long will we wait?
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–211 Economics of incentivising spatially targeted policies based on SCIMAP risk mapping
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–212 Can controlled drainage control agricultural nutrient emissions?
#212_Carstensen_etal_Can controlled drainage control agricultural nutrient emission.pdf

Abstract number–213 Exploring the design of the Dutch Minerals Policy Monitoring Programme (LMM) under the 6th Nitrate Action Programme
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–216 Effect of conservative agriculture on nitrate and phosphate leaching: The Lombardy case study (northern Italy)
#216m_Acutis_etal_Effect of conservative agriculture.pdf

Abstract number–217 Spatial targeting of diffuse pollution mitigation features: From landscapes to sub-catchments within the SCIMAP approach
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–221 Voluntary approaches really do work: An English example
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–223 Monitoring of nitrogen leaching on Danish derogation farms
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–224 Assessment of manure application on intensive livestock farms
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–225 Utilising catchment management techniques to address the impacts of metaldehyde on drinking water quality: A case study from a UK water company
#225m_Leggatt_CM techniques for metaldehyde to improve water quality.pdf

Abstract number–227 Farm experimental survey of agri-environmental voluntary measures in countries around the Baltic Sea
#227m_Hasler_Farm experimental survey of agri-environmental voluntary measures.pdf

Abstract number–228 Quantifying the impacts of crop types on groundwater nitrate loads in an irrigation scheme of southern Turkey
#228m_Cetin_etal_Quantifying theimpacts of crop types on groundwater nitrate loads.pdf

Abstract number–229 Impact of climate change on land use and surface water quality: Results from long term monitoring in Norway
#229_Bechmann_etal_Impact of climate change on land use and water quality_2-THU_0830_A1-2.pdf

Abstract number–232 How to stimulate the water and agriculture nexus?
#232m_VanderMolen_etal_How to stimulate the water and agriculture nexus.pdf

Abstract number–234 Effects of crop rotation on water quality in the Netherlands: Combining the Minerals Policy Monitoring Programme and Nation-wide survey of crop data of the sandy regions of the Netherlands
#234_Hooijboer_etal_Effects of crop rotation on water quality.pdf

Abstract number–237 Consequences of Dutch manure policy 1990-2030 on groundwater quality in drinking water protection areas
#237_VanderAa_etal_Consequences of Dutch manure policy 1990-2030 on grw quality.pdf

Abstract number–242 Nitrous oxide emission and abundance of nitrifying and denitrifying populations as affected by fertilization type and soil depth
#242m_Castellano-Hinojosa_Nitrous oxide emission and abundance of nitrifying and denitrifying populations.pdf

Abstract number–243 Tailoring denitrifying bioreactor technologies to alluvial gravel aquifers in New Zealand
#243m_Burbery_Sarris_Tailoring Denitrifying Bioreactors.pdf

Abstract number–244 High resolution monitoring of nitrate in rivers and streams in agricultural catchments: A case study of the Manawatu River, New Zealand
#244m_Burkitt_etal_High resolution monitoring of nitrate.pdf

Abstract number–245 Challenging land-use through water resources planning – assessing the formulation of the programs of measures under the WFD first and second planning cycles in Portugal
#245m_Fidelis_etal_Challenging land use ... Portugal.pdf

Abstract number–247 Nutrient losses from solid manures stored in temporary field heaps
#247m_Williams_etal_Nutrient losses from solid manures.pdf

Abstract number–248 How to deal with measurements below the detection limit?
#248m_VanBeelen_Dekkers_How to deal with measurements below the detection limit.pdf

Abstract number–250 In-situ monitoring of agricultural return flow impact on groundwater quality
#250m_Dahan_In situ monitoring of agriculture impact on groundwater.pdf

Abstract number–253 Influences of drought events on soil moisture and nitrate concentration under different land use conditions in south-western Germany
#253m_Kraft_Menzel_Influences of drought events on soil moisture and nitrate concentrations.pdf

Abstract number–255 Modular decision support tool for precision agriculture application based on a free GIS software environment: Risk assessment of runoff driven onsite and offsite effects
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–256 Multi-risk assessment of climate and land use changes on water resources: A Bayesian Network approach
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–258 Assessment of groundwater vulnerability in a karstic aquifer using index-based methods: Altınova-Turkey case study
#258m_Cil_etal_Assessment of Groundwater Vulnerability in a Karstic Aquifer.pdf

Abstract number–259 Assessment of environmental impacts of pesticides using risk indicators: Altınova-Turkey and El-Hajeb-Morocco case studies
#259m_Keyikoglu_etal_Assessment of Environmental Impacts of Pesticides.pdf

Abstract number–263 Analysing factors to enhance the adoption of innovative water management solutions in fertigated crops
#263m_Berckmoes_Innovative water management sollutions.pdf

Abstract number–265 Action plan for reduction of diffuse pollution – the Pilica River catchment case
#265m_Fratczak_Izydorczyk_Action plan for reduction of diffuse pollution – Pilica River.pdf

Abstract number–266 Effectiveness of enhanced buffer zone during 4 years after construction
This presentation is not available

Abstract number–267 A framework and a set of tools called NUTTING models to estimate retention capacities and loads of nitrogen and phosphorus in rivers at catchment and national level (France)
#267m_Gascuel-Odeux_etal_A framework and a set of tools called NUTTING models.pdf

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